The goal is to connect with spaces, creating environments with conscious design. For this I will observe and understand how the dynamics of that particular space is so that it is a harmonious, coherent and above all, welcoming environment. The five aspects that will help me are the following:
GOOD USE OF COLOUR
There are spaces where global perception is monochromatic. Because of the lack of color, it is bland, boring and lacking in charisma. On the other hand, we find spaces where there are so many colors that the visual impact is explosive. Depending on the person’s taste, it’s not pleasant.
To achieve the balance between a monochromatic space and an explosion of color, I will create a common base of neutral tones from where to add color and textures with elements such as cushions, vases, lamps, decorative objects... Combining a maximum number of three colours from the same colour range.
Space is a reflection of who I am. If I am too aware of what is in trend, what the media and fashion transmit to us... I can give a confusing and inconsistent message. So I will keep in mind the trends but with my imprint.
I must have a mental idea of what space is going to look like when I’m done with it. This will help me choose very quickly what I will buy, or in case I see something that I like to decide if it will fit me or not.
Size matters, I’ll measure space. I can even make some marks on the floor to get an idea of the proportions and so before I have the furniture know which distribution is more conducive to me.
THE RULE OF MINUS IS MORE
My house is a temple of rest to disconnect and relax. If I fill the space and overload it with things it will cost me more to keep it tidy and clean. Visually it will not convey peace and calm.
If I use all these tricks or at least one of them... I’m sure I’m right! Come on, just share it with us